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September 6, 2011

Ada High Leadership class needs help with project

Ada —  

Ada High School’s leadership class is asking for community help in a project that will send care packages to deployed military personnel.

Ada High School Counselor Candy Sherbert said the program is an off-shoot of an effort initiated by an email from her oldest son, John, who was deployed as a member of the National Guard.  The initial program sent school supplies to soldiers and they distributed the supplies to children where they were deployed.

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